Sadayasu Ono

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It was recognized early on that the digitization of medical information would advance the efficiency of diagnostic technology. However, the digitization of image data, which makes up the majority of medical information, is dependent on advances in technologies such as input, processing, transmission, storage, and display. Insufficient advances in such(More)
Simple chest X rays on film are the most common type of image in medical diagnosis. However, amongst the various types of medical X-ray images, they require the highest level of display quality due to the fact that the body structures they capture on film have varying degrees of permeability to X rays. Conventional high-definition digital display technology(More)
Digitizing high-quality microscopic images and developing input/output technology for displaying those results is critical to telepathology in which pathological microscopic images are transferred to remote locations where they are diagnosed by specialists. This paper will discuss the results achieved by directly digitizing (nonfilm process) pathological(More)